Girls hoops roundup: Grand Haven remains perfect on the season, beats Caledonia 57-20

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The Grand Haven girls basketball squad maintained its perfect record with a 57-20 victory over Caledonia on Tuesday in O-K Red Conference action.
The Bucs led 10-9 after the first quarter, 21-16 at halftime and 42-19 through three quarters after going on a 21-3 run in the third frame.
Alli Keyser led Grand Haven with 18 points, while Jolee Houle added 14 points and five assists. Esther Byington had a team-high six rebounds along with seven points.
Grand Haven improved to 10-0 overall and 4-0 in the OK Red.
ALLIANCE
FRUITPORT CALVARY 68, WM AVIATION ACADEMY 11 – The Eagles won their 46th straight conference on the road Tuesday night.
Kelsey Richards paced the Eagles with 21 points, while Lizzie Cammenga added 19 points and Brionna Johnson chipped in with 14 points and nine rebounds. Kristina Warren had 10 assists on the game.
Calvary improved its record to 8-2 overall and 4-0 in conference play.
O-K BLACK CONFERENCE
MUSKEGON 76, MONA SHORES 22 – The Big Reds led early, jumping out to a 32-4 lead after the first quarter and taking a commanding 54-18 advantage into halftime.
Muskegon outscored Shores 8-1 in the third quarter.
Lyza Winston led Muskegon with 27 points, five assists and four steals.
De’shonna Day finished with 11 points and five rebounds for the Big Reds while Jakayla Anderson, Taliyah Garrett and Brianna Alexander each contributed with seven points.
Muskegon improved to 5-0 in OK Black action.
NON-LEAGUE
CADILLAC 54, LUDINGTON 53 – The Orioles trailed 9-8 after the first quarter and were down 20-19 at halftime.
Ludington was outscored 12-11 during the third stanza, however managed to force overtime.
Makenzie Howe led the Orioles with 11 points whille Zoee Zatarga led the team with 11 rebounds.
Lindsey Holmes and Zatarga each had seven points.
HESPERIA 53, MUSKEGON CATHOLIC 36 – The Panthers jumped out to a 16-4 lead in the first quarter and carried a 27-11 advantage into halftime.
Hesperia maintained the lead at 41-20 going into the fourth quarter.
Emily Bayle led the Panthers with 20 points.
MCC was paced by Hannah Ladd with 16 points.
 

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